So the person in question has until 4pm tuesday? What time did you post this? From what I see it looks like 7pm monday? So less than 21 hours from the initial post? Just trying to see if it's even remotely possible.
It's impossible to give any specifics in regards to timetable or whether the subject of the post will be able to pass no matter what happens simply because it's impossible to know exactly what the drug
was made up of (levoamphetamine has a longer half-life
than dextroamphetamine, not to mention other substances that may have been present. For example there isn't much information on the half life of dimethylamphetamine but that is easy to accidentally have traces of in the final product of an illicit meth
lab as it results from certain synthesis methods after just a little too much heat) that makes any predictions I could make nothing but a complete shot in the dark.
With that said anything that could be in the persons system, ignoring cutting agents because it's an unknown variable, will be water soluble so they're already on the right track.
A few ways to improve on what is being done, even just minor improvements, would be to:
A) Go to a local pharmacy and find any of the health supplements/weight loss aids/pms medications that are supposed to reduce bloating and water weight, but make sure none of these contain ingredients that could cause false positives on the test.
B) Drink sports drinks like gatorade, not just water. This is both to hurry the elimination of the drug but also the safety of the person, drinking nothing but water, and alot of it is dangerous. It will speed up the drug excretion because the sugars and salts in the drink make it act as a diuretic, causing increased urination.
C) The next step is moderate doses of caffeine
, like a few cups of coffee
over a few hours, or a couple caffeine pills spaced out over some time (Midol is actually great for this) will act as a diuretic as well.
Being water soluble meth is one of the easiest to remove from your system but at the same time there isn't much time between the last dose and the test so it's hard to say whether anything done will work. Best of luck.